Q- What is a 35mm lens good for?
A- The 35mm lens is an old standard that offers affordability without sacrificing quality. In fact, 35mm lenses are quite common because they effectively mimic the human eye, giving a familiar point of view! They also have big apertures which allows good depth of field and the ability to shoot in low light conditions.
Q- What are 50mm lenses best for?
A- 50mm lenses, especially those from Canon and Nikon, are very affordable for the starting photographer/videographer. They are small, fast, and compact, but also offer precise and sharp image quality. These lenses also provide a more creative aspect in shooting, as they have a fixed focal length that requires the photographer move and re-frame rather than relying on the camera zoom.
Q- What is 85mm lens good for?
A- Looking for a unique perspective in your camera work? The 85mm lens is a must try, especially for portraits. Such lenses are able to maintain closeness to the subject without any distortion, while also producing sharp details and selective focus that is very eye-pleasing. 85mm lenses are best for headshots.
Q- What camera lenses should a beginner have?
A- Unfortunately, there is no universal lens that works perfect for everyone. Figuring out which camera lens(es) best suite you is a part of the adventure into beginner photography. What is most important is to narrow down the requirements for your job. Consider your needed focal length, aperture, zoom and camera capability, and finally the price that best suites your budget.